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Psalm 10:1-18
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Why Do You Hide Yourself?

1Why, O Lord, do you stand far away?

Why do you hide yourself in times of trouble?

2In arrogance the wicked hotly pursue the poor;

let them be caught in the schemes that they have devised.

3For the wicked boasts of the desires of his soul,

and the one greedy for gain curses1 and renounces the Lord.

4In the pride of his face2 the wicked does not seek him;3

all his thoughts are, “There is no God.”

5His ways prosper at all times;

your judgments are on high, out of his sight;

as for all his foes, he puffs at them.

6He says in his heart, “I shall not be moved;

throughout all generations I shall not meet adversity.”

7His mouth is filled with cursing and deceit and oppression;

under his tongue are mischief and iniquity.

8He sits in ambush in the villages;

in hiding places he murders the innocent.

His eyes stealthily watch for the helpless;

9he lurks in ambush like a lion in his thicket;

he lurks that he may seize the poor;

he seizes the poor when he draws him into his net.

10The helpless are crushed, sink down,

and fall by his might.

11He says in his heart, “God has forgotten,

he has hidden his face, he will never see it.”

12Arise, O Lord; O God, lift up your hand;

forget not the afflicted.

13Why does the wicked renounce God

and say in his heart, “You will not call to account”?

14But you do see, for you note mischief and vexation,

that you may take it into your hands;

to you the helpless commits himself;

you have been the helper of the fatherless.

15Break the arm of the wicked and evildoer;

call his wickedness to account till you find none.

16The Lord is king forever and ever;

the nations perish from his land.

17O Lord, you hear the desire of the afflicted;

you will strengthen their heart; you will incline your ear

18to do justice to the fatherless and the oppressed,

so that man who is of the earth may strike terror no more.


  • 1 10:3 Or and he blesses the one greedy for gain
  • 2 10:4 Or of his anger
  • 3 10:4 Or the wicked says, “He will not call to account”
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No Room for God

Psalm 10:1-18 Sermon 39:59 ID: 1559

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Psalms, Volume 2

Psalms 10:1-16:11 Series ID: 11902

Psalm 11:1-7
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The Lord Is in His Holy Temple

To the choirmaster. Of David.

1In the Lord I take refuge;

how can you say to my soul,

“Flee like a bird to your mountain,

2for behold, the wicked bend the bow;

they have fitted their arrow to the string

to shoot in the dark at the upright in heart;

3if the foundations are destroyed,

what can the righteous do?”1

4The Lord is in his holy temple;

the Lord's throne is in heaven;

his eyes see, his eyelids test the children of man.

5The Lord tests the righteous,

but his soul hates the wicked and the one who loves violence.

6Let him rain coals on the wicked;

fire and sulfur and a scorching wind shall be the portion of their cup.

7For the Lord is righteous;

he loves righteous deeds;

the upright shall behold his face.


  • 1 11:3 Or for the foundations will be destroyed; what has the righteous done?
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What Can the Righteous Do?

Psalms 11:3 Sermon 50:08 ID: 1999

Runaway World

Psalm 11:1-7 Sermon 48:40 ID: 1562

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Psalm 12:1-8
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The Faithful Have Vanished

To the choirmaster: according to The Sheminith.1 A Psalm of David.

1Save, O Lord, for the godly one is gone;

for the faithful have vanished from among the children of man.

2Everyone utters lies to his neighbor;

with flattering lips and a double heart they speak.

3May the Lord cut off all flattering lips,

the tongue that makes great boasts,

4those who say, “With our tongue we will prevail,

our lips are with us; who is master over us?”

5“Because the poor are plundered, because the needy groan,

I will now arise,” says the Lord;

“I will place him in the safety for which he longs.”

6The words of the Lord are pure words,

like silver refined in a furnace on the ground,

purified seven times.

7You, O Lord, will keep them;

you will guard us2 from this generation forever.

8On every side the wicked prowl,

as vileness is exalted among the children of man.


  • 1 12:1 Probably a musical or liturgical term
  • 2 12:7 Or guard him
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“Tell Us Pleasant Things”

Psalm 12:1-8 Sermon 43:23 ID: 1563

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Psalm 13:1-6
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How Long, O Lord?

To the choirmaster. A Psalm of David.

1How long, O Lord? Will you forget me forever?

How long will you hide your face from me?

2How long must I take counsel in my soul

and have sorrow in my heart all the day?

How long shall my enemy be exalted over me?

3Consider and answer me, O Lord my God;

light up my eyes, lest I sleep the sleep of death,

4lest my enemy say, “I have prevailed over him,”

lest my foes rejoice because I am shaken.

5But I have trusted in your steadfast love;

my heart shall rejoice in your salvation.

6I will sing to the Lord,

because he has dealt bountifully with me.

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Trusting God in the Dark

Psalm 13:1-6 Sermon Includes Transcript 37:25 ID: 3341

Trusting in Tough Times

Psalm 13:1-6 Sermon 27:24 ID: 0558

Choosing to Trust

Psalm 13:1-6 Sermon 35:34 ID: 1566

Dealing With Depression

Psalms 13:1 Sermon 47:31 ID: 1129

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Psalm 14:1-7
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The Fool Says, There Is No God

To the choirmaster. Of David.

1The fool says in his heart, “There is no God.”

They are corrupt, they do abominable deeds,

there is none who does good.

2The Lord looks down from heaven on the children of man,

to see if there are any who understand,1

who seek after God.

3They have all turned aside; together they have become corrupt;

there is none who does good,

not even one.

4Have they no knowledge, all the evildoers

who eat up my people as they eat bread

and do not call upon the Lord?

5There they are in great terror,

for God is with the generation of the righteous.

6You would shame the plans of the poor,

but2 the Lord is his refuge.

7Oh, that salvation for Israel would come out of Zion!

When the Lord restores the fortunes of his people,

let Jacob rejoice, let Israel be glad.


  • 1 14:2 Or that act wisely
  • 2 14:6 Or for
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The Great Miscalculation

Psalm 14:1-7 Sermon 25:45 ID: 0559

The Great Miscalculation

Psalm 14:1-7 Sermon 47:31 ID: 1569

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